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When Juan Domingo Peron took office in the forties, he launched a series of policies to estwdo the poor access to university. Besides, another interesting point is that far from neglecting funding and consulting, the Federal State was still the principal financial agent through subsidies, fellowships, and compensatory policies. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.

Help Center Find new research papers in: When democracy was re-established inuniversities enjoyed a period of freedom and autonomy. Besides, he considered the interference of the federal government in the evaluation process to be excessive It limited itself to making cosmetic changes of words or discussing secondary issues such as fees or autonomy.

They did not assess either whether Argentina should welcome immigration to its deserted regions or whether she should refuse admission to La tin American immigrants. It also coordinates the system eeducacion educational evaluation through the information and evaluation department. Remember me on this computer. He established free tuition and created new universities such as Labor University, later called Technological, in which working class people had possibilities of doing technical courses and programs.

Finally, without significant amendments, the law was passed on July, The reasons given were, among others, that the needs of former centralization of secondary school had not allowed local governments to adapt education to regional characteristics. The government was accused of paying more attention to economy than to education. Representatives of interest groups, government and non-government organizations discussed about the education of the country.


It could be argued that neither the government nor the society as a whole tried to reach any kind of consensus as to what kind of graduate the country required. Developed countries have known for many years that light industrialization and an increased exportation of cereals cannot possible remedy the structural problems of a nation.

They claimed that the educational transformation was underpinned estavo neo- liberal ideas. Provide feedback about this page.

Representative Rico, a right winger claimed the state disregarded its responsibility and that imposing fees was against public interest. For instance, on the one hand, educational transformation in Latin American appeared to have widened up the gap between social classes. Low to High Price: During the debate of the law, a point was raised: The opposition considered that the autonomy university enjoyed since would be reduced by the education bill.

In other words, the state changed its role from being a decisive actor in promoting public higher education to be a guardian of a very rigid and comprehensive reform. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.

We conclude that politics in education in the nineties changed the role of government encouraging private alternatives in secondary and higher education while the state still maintained important decision- making power. He adapted education for the sake of the poor.

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Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. The first issue was discussed both in Senate and in the House of Representatives. This kind of intervention was deemed pointeless to solve problems at primary and secondary school education. Because education internalized the values of society in mankind. Some congressmen did notice this flaw in the law.

Educational Politics in the nineties. The loan for renovating the technological communication networks of state universities would depend on changes in the system of higher education. In general, they were conditioned by international organizations to solve financial problems and open free commerce for educational services. Provincial governments, on one hand, took charge of secondary schools and privatization in the interior did not grow significantly6 At higher education level, Federal State regulated and intervened not only by setting up evaluation measures but also regulating the government of national universities and the developing of private ones.


Click here to sign up. However the goals for increasing the number of students in secondary school and the reorganization of higher education was effectively achieved, politicians failed to design a long-term project for the structural change of the country. The modernization of education was carried out so that Argentine standards reached those of European and US standards.

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The object of Politics was the state, that it is to say, the most important and perfect community on Earth. It followed a model that, in his opinion, pursued professionalism instead of a zeal for learning the Truth. Later, inthe University of Buenos Aires, which holds the largest student bodyopened its doors in the capital city.

Besides, the law would allow universities to decide on their fees, their governance and the creation of new course of studies. However, the state failed to envisage a firm flmus decisive vision of what kind of student Argentina needed to overcome its recession. Supporters of the law were in favor of the idea of decentralizing secondary schools in order to improve the standards of education and allowing local governments and private institutions to adapt their syllabi to their needs.

However, we argue that in following the recipes of international institutions and the current renovation in Europe, the transformation of education did not clearly define the objectives of these changes.

Elites, consequently, did not agree on the values and projects were necessary to educate the new generations. As we can see, it did not differ from philosophical point of view. Its detractors favored imposing a fee on university students.